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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lETHBRIDGE HEULD Thunday, Novtmber 23, 1971 Landlord assures tenants, plans day care centre Bv BUDY JIAUGENEDER Herald Slaff Writer A city apartment comple considered by some of its res idenls as overly profit coi Laundry tenders called Tenders have been called for the supply o[ SW.OOO worth o equipment !a- the regional hos pital laundry, it was reported at Wednesday night's meeting of the Lethbridge General ani Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 65 board. Andy Andreachuk, hospita district administrator, also toleared in The Herald. The story reported that some tenants some of those on welfare in he complex feared increased rents, tight new restrictions and lossible evictions. Persons attending the Wed- lesday meeting said the story ntimated that all the residents rf the complex were single par- nts or on welfare. This, they said, was not the ase and it has resulted in se- ious repercussions for the rest of Ure tenants. Since the article, ome tenants claim tteir credit itings and their jobs have been ffected. In addition, the group pointed ut the complex is not a low entai area. A petition, which the group aid bore the names of "the oth- r 90 per cent of the ndorsed the new management olicies. The group said there are few, any, undesirable tenants left n the complex. The present tenants arc most- family persons who hold a ride spectrum of jobs. Leon Snider, representing the ew management, said his com- any is prepared to go to con- derable lengths to meet most the needs of the new res- ents. Mr. Snider said his company, hich manages apartments in ost of Alberta's major cen> es including Calgsry and Ed- onton, feels It is the most pro- essive and tenant conscious Western Canada. R AY'S ECORD EVIEWS KENNY RANKIN LIKE A SEED It indeed rara when an al- bum comes out that possesses an interne degrea of sheer musical beauty as this one. The tongs are all finely melodic, the lyrics exhibiting a live clarify of vision. His vocal interpreta- tions are interlaced with under- lying subleties. He receives quite perfect support from Jim Horn and Keltner, Hec Sklar and Mike Greasy. CAPTAIN BEYOND Males no mis fake, this is a band composed of only "Hea- vies" Rod Evans, ex-lead lin- ger of Deep Purple, Johnny Winters one-time drummer Bobby Co I d wo JI and Hec Dorm on and larry Rhinehart, fugitives from the Iron Butterfly. Captain Bs- yond is loud, flashy music that in a former area would have been Termed O'KEEFE DANNY O'KEEFE O'Keefo has th0 where-with all to provt one of the ma jo super stari of tho future, boll as a writer and performer, ing by this debut package. Pal ent material and performance. to match are experienced hers In the opening cut, the bluesy ballad "Good Time as well as in "Shooting Star" anc "An American Basic, simple and meaningful story lines. CHARLEY PRIDE SUNSHINY DAY It seems impossible, but this is the 15th album by Charley Pride, meaning thaf he's hoc more than a dozen hit singles, His latest hif "It's gonna lake a lilt ID bit graces thi LP and the limes of "Nolhin' left But Heavin" and "She's Helpinq Mo Get Over You" ore also good. Another winner for Pride. COUNTRY ARTISTS CHARLEY PRIDE JOHNNY CASH LYNN ANDERSON GABY HAAS JIM REEVES DON MESSER DOLLY PARTON MOM AND DADS RAY PRICE SONNY JAMES WILF CASTER TAMMY WYNETTE HANK SNOW GLEN CAMPBELL MERLE HAGGARD NASHVILLE BRASS HANK WILLIAMS PLUS MANY, MANY MORE All available now at LETHBRIDOE ALBERTA Ah, La Mancha... Acclaimed by many as one of its greatest successes in its 10-year history the Lethbridge Musi- cal Theatre's Man of La Mancha closes Saturday. It has played to capacity audiences since it opened Nov. 10. The comedy is produced and directed by Dick Mells, who also stars in the double male lead role of Don Quixote and Cervantes, pictured top left, At left, Sancho Panza (Jack Warburton) and Aldonza (Maura K. And above, the innkeeper (George Mann) "dubs" Quixote a knight. About 50 people participate in the production. U of C fall convocation South Albertans receive degrees Fifty nine persons from Southern Alberta received de- grees and diplomas from the University of Calgary at its fall convocation. The U of C's faculty of edu- cation appears to be most at- tractive to Southern Albertans, as 38 of them received diplo- mas and degrees in education. The graduates are: Doctor of philosophy Jim- my Eatycky, Coaldale, Gordon Campbell, Ronald Cosgrove, Richard Neuleld, Lethbridge. Master of arts Brian Courts, Lethbridge, Maureen McPhee, Coaldale. Master of science in engine- ering Jon Kelly, Lethhridgc. Master of education Henry Schulz, Vauxhall. Bachelor of arts Rob Rob- inson, John Blake, High River, Ronna Byam, Lethbridge, John Jackie, Medicine Hat, Jerome Rejman, Coleman. Roger Sept, Medicine Hat, Karen Smith, Fort Macleod. Bachelor of science with dis- tinction Ellen Danforth, Tab- er, Michael McGrail, Cham- pion. Bachelor of science Ken- neth Heeg, Raymond Nieber- gall, Medicine Hat, Terry 01- scn, Slavery, Ian Rutherford, Medicine Hat, Lee Hong Wong, Vulcan. Bachelor of ter Gunn, Lethbridge. Diploma in education Rob- ert Tater, Albert Kar- dash, Foremost, Allan Schneid- er, Medicine Hat, Sidney Smith, Peggy McDougall, High River, Lethbridge. Marilyn Pamela Port- Bachelor of education with distinction Ernest Unruh, Vauxhall. Bachelor of education Jan- ice Ackroyd, Nanton, Melvin Bender, Medicine Hat, Man- fred Bilous, Champion, Cyn- thia Bright, Davina Coderre, Gaston Forget. Gay Grimm, Dariey Helm, Eliza Herle, Glen Hurlburt, Medicine Hat, Donald Jantzie, Vulcan, Marlene John- ston, Medicine Hat, Allan Kopp, Taber, Elizabeth Kuntz, Medi- cine Hat. Mina LaFountain, Nanton, William Lees, Pincher Creek, Marvin Lehv, Medicine Hat, Winston MacKenzie, Vauxhall, Anne Marshall, Medicine Hat, prestige group-mayor The YMCA Is one c[ the pres- tige organizations in Lclh- bridgc, Mayor Andy Anderson told the Y's annual meeting Wednesday nighl. The existence of the Y makes Lelhbridge that much better a place to he said. Ho told Hie meeting that more emphasis must be placed on physical fitness and "Hie Y can do this most capably." Dwight Jensen assumed the presidency of Ihc organization for tire next year, succeeding Phil Hlnkclcy. Henry Vincy, well known spnrtscnslcr with CFCN In Cal- fi.iry, reminisced about some of the great athletic teams pro- duced in I-ethbridgc In the 1020s and Ms. Some of tho best base- ball ever seen was played in the Lethbridge area, he said- Mr. Vuiey, a Lethbridge na- tive, recalled the YMCA of foul- decades ago where he was em- ployed for more than two years. "The price of the best room was a month and Ihe lop dining room in Lethbridge was in the old he said. The organization's financial picture for the past year shows the Y spent about more Ihrin it raised. Total expenses for the fiscal year ending Aug. 31 show ex- penses of and revenues of The expenses arc up about from last year while income is about the same. The Y collected in new memberships in Uie past year which accounted for the main portion of its income. Salaries and administration took UK biggest chunk of the budget at er, Medicine Hat, Arthur Pow- lyk, Coleman, Janice Pritchard, Lethbridge, Olga Reade, Brooks, Donna Slemko, Medi- cine Hat, Valerie Sparks, Pin- cher Creek, Hyronimus Wag- ner, Lethbridge, James Yura- shak, Medicine Hat, Kenneth Zorn, Brooks. Bachelor of physical educa- tion Hans Schamp, Lelli- bridge. Express your love and semi- menti to family and friends a portrait created espe- cially for you CHRISTMAS PORTRAIT SPECIAL One 6x10" Framed and Four Cuitom Portraits Mounted Package C Combination K I TEL. 326-0111 Make Your Appointment Now Open Evenings and Holiday! by appointment until Christmas A. E. CROSS STUDIO 710 3rd Ave. S. TEl. In ClareshoJm Nov. 30 A field officer from the Lcth- bridgc district Canada Pension Plan centre will be in Clares- holm Nov. .10 to answer ques- tions from area residents on tbn Canada Pension Plnn, Old Age Security and Guaranteed In- come Supplement. G n.. "Dollic" Stewart, will be available nt the Clarcsholm Town Hall from a.m. to 3 p.m., a spokesman said. Ho will also assist in Lho filing of NOTICE TO BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL CONCERNS OF LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT GRAPHIC REPRODUCTIONS LTD. 323 5th St. S. is pleased to announce Ihe opening of their new XEROX COPY CENTER You ore cordially Inviied to a display and demonstration of our new "7000" REDUCTION COPIER on FRIDAY, NOV. 24th belwecn the hours of 10 a.m. ond p.m. A professional representative will be on hand to presont now ideas for improving EFFICIENCY, ACCURACY and SPEED in and office procedure. Wo can save you time and money in so many ways. Visit us for inspiration! ;